5 Funny Plays for High Schoolers With a Sense of Humor

No matter how much we love what we teach, there are simply some words that will have our students groaning like a herd of seriously ticked-off alpacas. And unfortunately, ‘theatre” is often one of those words. So, how do we get our kiddos excited about reading/analyzing/acting out plays? We start with the fun ones!

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An Inside Look: The Servant of Two Masters at New Village Arts

Last week, we had the chance to see The Servant of Two Masters at New Village Arts in Carlsbad, California! New Village Arts was founded in 2001, and has become the most critically acclaimed theatre in North County San Diego. Keep reading on to hear all about our experience, and to catch our exclusive interview with Samantha Ginn, the lead of the show!

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10 Must-Read Plays Written By Women

People outside of the patriarchy are definitely writing plays. But the systemic ostracization of women storytellers, directors and administrators has blocked access to important work. However, playgoers, teachers, and readers of blogs can sway this trend! When we highlight the need for artists who have been relegated to the sidelines, we begin an age of artistic expression and expansion that will impact our cultural lives far into the future. This is, by no means, a definitive list, but it’s a start!

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